Institute full name:

Countryside and Community Research Institute

Institute acronym:

UoG

Institute profile:

Established in 1988, the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) of the University of Gloucestershire is one of the leading specialist rural research
centres in the UK. It has expertise in all aspects of research in policy and planning for the countryside, rural development, agriculture and environment, rural economy and society, with research staff including geographers, economists, spatial planners, policy analysts, sociologists and environmental scientists. CCRI has successfully managed large consortium projects for UK and EU public sector sponsors in recent years and has been involved in a number of FP5-7 projects as a key partner. Recent experience has included leading the Case Study analysis WP in SOLINSA (FP7) (2011-2014) and leading the Stakeholder Engagement and Dissemination WP in SmartSOIL (FP7), (2011-2014). CCRI is leading WP 11 Dissemination and communication.

Institute website

http://www.ccri.ac.uk/

Address

Countryside and Community Research Institute

Oxstalls Campus

University of Gloucestershire

Oxstalls Lane

Longlevens

Gloucester

GL2 9HW

UK

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Involved Personnel

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Ms. Jane Mills

Tel: +44 1242 714137

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Interdisciplinary background with special interest in knowledge exchange and farmer behaviour in context of agri-environment and soil management. Expert in stakeholder engagement and dissemination.

 

Dr. Matt Reed

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Sociologist, expert in social change and food with special interest in organic farming, farming families, social networks and the changing technologies of food.

 

Mr. Chris Short

Tel: +44 1242 714550

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Expertise in stakeholder engagement and dissemination with a special interest in water quality management, biodiversity, commons and collective natural resource management.

 

Dr. Julie Ingram

Tel: +44 1242 714134

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Interdisciplinary expertise with special interest in knowledge exchange and agricultural knowledge systems, sustainable soil management with respect to farmer knowledge, behavior and decision making.